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RULE §371.27 Prohibition against Solicitation of Medicaid or CHIP Recipients

Published: 2015

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(a) A provider or person who furnishes services, under the Medicaid program or Child Health Insurance Plan program, must comply with Chapter 102, Occupations Code. (b) A provider or person is prohibited from offering to pay or agreeing to accept, directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly any remuneration in cash or in kind to or from another for securing or soliciting a patient or patronage for or from a person licensed, certified, or registered or enrolled as a provider or otherwise by a state health care regulatory or health and human service agency. (c) A provider or person is prohibited from engaging in any of the actions or conduct described in the provisions relating to bribe, kickback, rebate, or inducement specified in Subchapter G, §371.1721. (d) Providers or persons in violation of the prohibition against solicitation may be excluded from participation in the Medicaid and CHIP programs and may have their contract to participate cancelled.

Source Note: The provisions of this §371.27 adopted to be effective January 9, 2005, 29 TexReg 12128